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Restaurants: Peel Handcrafted Pizza

As both Denver and Boulder become astronomically expensive, small farm towns north and east of the Metro area are blossoming with new neighborhoods, young families, redeveloped downtowns and — most importantly — great restaurant options. While the L’s (meaning Longmont, Louisville, Lafayette, etc.) are nothing new to me as a food writer, Frederick, CO, had […]

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Restaurants: The Post Brewing

For decades, VFW Post 1771 offered Lafayette a wholesome place to meet, celebrate and create a sense of community. And little about that welcoming feeling changed when the building became The Post Brewing Co. in 2014. “Being in the center of a small town, in a very iconic building for that town, there’s a lot […]

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Profile: Boulder’s Cannabis Entrepreneurs

Starting Up the Cannabis Economy By Kate Jonuska There was a time in the not so distant past when working with marijuana in any way was a criminal offense. But as far as the Colorado innovation community is concerned, the road to the future is now paved with cannabis. Legalization in 2012 created a wide-open […]

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Fitness: High Fitness

High Fitness at One Boulder Fitness, 1800 Broadway, Suite 190, 303-447-8545,oneboulderfitness.com Instructor: Sierra Farmer is a smiling firecracker, a young woman who exudes vitality and funnels that can’t-stand-still energy into fast-paced, intense workouts for her clients. “I am a naturally hyper, happy person, so I was drawn to teach this class because I love being able […]

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Restaurants: 24 Carrot Bistro

Setting the gold standard for farm-to-table in downtown Erie BY KATE JONUSKA | PHOTOS BY PHIL MUMFORD Sometimes an idea is so perfect it seems inevitable, but frankly, neither Bianca Retzloff or Kevin Kidd had planned to open their own restaurant in 2015. Both young chefs had worked up, down and around Boulder County’s food […]

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